Objective: The fundamental aim of the examination was to discover the commonness of cerebral palsy by its portrayal like topographical conveyance and its relationship with GMFCS and MACS levels.
Methods: Data was collected by using a self-made questionnaire to gather data on sociodemographic data according to topographical distribution. Information was gathered from CP children of various enrolled institutes of Lahore (Hamza Foundation, Pakistan Society for the Rehabilitation and Disabled (PSRD), Rising Sun institute, Children Hospital Lahore, Combined Military Hospital Lahore (CMH)). Sample size was computed utilizing the online epitools software. MACS and GMFCS scales were applied. Descriptive studies were used to analyse the data.
Results: Results showed that quadriplegia is the most frequently occurring followed by diplegia and hemiplegia. Classification of GMFCS levels and MACS levels through topographic distribution was also find out. Results showed the highest percentage of quadriplegic patients at level 3 of both GMFCS and MACS scales, whereas the least count noted was no hemiplegic child at level 1 or quadriplegic at level 4 of MACS scale.
Conclusion: CP is chronic disorder distinguished worldwide. The study portray gross motor and fine motor capacities, clinical subtypes and other related physical complications in children with CP. The result of this analysis aids in explaining the prevalence of CP by its characterization like topographic distribution, general health and associated conditions in children.
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